Toys provide mental stimulation, physical exercise and provide your rabbit with appropriate options to toss and chew which will help keep your things safe. The following things make great toys:
Paper Bags and Cardboard boxes for crawling inside, scratching, and chewing. Bunnies like them much more when there are at least two entry points into the boxes.
Cardboard roll from paper towels or toilet paper
Untreated wicker baskets or boxes full of: shredded paper, junk mail, magazines, straw, or other organic materials for digging
Yellow Pages for shredding
Cat toys that roll or can be tossed
Parrot toys that can be tossed, or hung from the top of the cage and chewed or hit
Baby toys: hard plastic (not teething) toys like rattles and keys, things that can be tossed
Nudge and roll toys like large rubber balls, empty Quaker Oat boxes and small tins
Toys with ramps and lookouts for climbing and viewing the world
Dried out pine cones
A hand towel for bunching and scooting
Untreated wood, twigs and logs that have been aged for at least 3 months. Apple tree branches can be eaten fresh off the tree. Stay away from: cherry, peach, apricot, plum and redwood, which are all poisonous.
Untreated sea grass or maize mats from Pier One or Cost Plus
Things to jump up on, since rabbits like to be in high places